LPM showcases the winning image from the Kolor Panobook Panoramic Photographer and interviews the winner Scott Dimond from Canada
We wanted to run an overall review on the new Canon 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L II lens. We asked Mike Bell to run the review, here are his findings.
We wanted to run a test of the Sigma 24mm f/1.4 DG HSM lens and see how it performs. We asked Mark Bauer to run the test, here are his findings.
Most landscape photographers take pictures because they love doing so. However, are we constantly taking without giving anything back?
Cloudless sunny skies are suited to golden sandy beaches. On the flip side, rugged rocky coast works well when photographed beneath dark moody skies
We all love wide-angle lenses for landscape photography, however a telephoto lens will allow for more compositional possibilities, says Mark Hamblin
Summer months mean longer days, warmer weather and happy faces. If we are happy at the time of image capture, our pictures have a happy, upbeat character
Capture your images in RAW, monitor your histogram and make one or two variations in your exposure settings of the same scene. Andy Brown explains why
Investing in understanding art can only make your experience better. Why would anyone with the time and intellect to do so choose not to make such an investment?
Photography is not something we should do exclusively on a weekend; it is a philosophy of life which can be integrated and experienced every single day
We all love wide-angle lenses for landscape photography. However, sometimes striking the balance between foreground and background interest can be tricky
Landscape photographer Alain Briot says he doesn’t see anything that can be done with digital processing as being inappropriate when creating art
The impressive displays at the Skagit Valley tulip festival in Mount Vernon, Washington can offer exceptional photography opportunities
David Hay reviews ‘Shore to Summit’, a book by Fran Halsall about the geology of many favourite landscape photography locations in the UK
When looking at art, the viewer should try to take into account a piece’s deeper layers. Erez Marom reveals why the word pretty has no place in art
There is no rule that says pictures must be printed in the standard 3:2 shape, multiple images on a single sheet can be a novel way to present your work
There are many canyons in Utah and each of them has its own beauty to share, but it was Bryce Canyon that will stay in Dimitri Vasileiou’s memory for ever
St Mark’s is the most famous public square in Venice, but there is another that Venetians refer to as the square of wonders, as Keith Wilson discovers